At CES in Las Vegas, D-Link has introduced three new wireless N routers which the company promises will deliver improved network speed and wireless range.

The D-Link Rush, the D-Link Touch and the D-Link Wireless N Pocket Router will be available in the first half of 2010.

The most notable new device is the D-Link Rush (DAP-1560) which will sport a 4x4 antenna design. The company claims the new design will greater signal coverage and wireless speeds up to 600Mbps.

The dual-band selectable device transmits in 2.4GHz wireless band for applications such as surfing the Internet or in 5GHz wireless band for HD media streaming, online gaming and large data file transfer.

The D-Link Touch (DIR-865) router will feature a 3-inch interactive touch screen for easy setup, configuration and management of the router and Internet traffic. Its concurrent dual-band capabilities and three data streams support data transfer rates up to 450Mbps in the 5GHz wireless band, while surfing the Internet without lag-time and checking email on the 2.4GHz band.

The small D-Link Wireless N Pocket Router is ideal for travel and can be configured as a router or as an access point (AP) to add Wi-Fi to an existing wired network.

Pricing for all three routers will be announced when the products ship.

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